Is There Political Bias Against Evangelicals?

Comment is a great magazine “equipping and connecting the next generation of Christian leaders” – and I’m not just saying that because they published an essay of mine. I think you might like it. Here’s the opening paragraph:

In the political conflicts between right and left, evangelical Christian faculty are often in danger of being squeezed in the middle. Not only are they frequently out of step with the academic political mainstream, but the strong connection between evangelicalism and conservative politics outside the academy can make them seem like a “fifth column” to their more liberal colleagues.

Read the whole thing, if you’re interested in more. Here’s the link:

Is That Disagreement Religious—or Political?

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